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Paper 1 | Objectives
Peasant farmers sell almost all their produce immediately after harvesting because
A. stored produce would be lost to pests
B. there are inadequate storage facilities
C. stored produce lose their quality
D. the commonest method of land tenure in nigeria
E. the prices offered for stored produce are low
The commonest method of land tenure in Nigeria is
C. outright purchase
E. state allocation
Which of the following constitutes a direct monetary cash assistance from government to farmers?
A. agricultural development programmes
B. extension services
C. supply of inputs
E. tractor hiring services
The cross-section of a segment of soil showing the horizons or layers is known as the soil
If a crop requires 1.5 kg phosphorus per hectare, how many kg of manure will be required per hectare if 1 kg manure contains 0.49 kg of phosphorus?
The factor that does not influence land use is
B. population pressure
C. population graph
D. forest establishment
E. soil type
Which of the following environmental factors is likely to have the greatest influence on crop production in Nigeria?
C. air movement
The process whereby rocks are broken down into small particles through both physical and chemical factors is known as
A. rock hydration
B. rock degradation
The parent material of a soil is formed from the disintegration of
E. organic matter
Nitrogen is made available to plants in the form of nitrates through the process of
A. deamination and nitrification
B. ammonification and denitrification
C. deamination and ammonification
D. nitrification and dentrification
E. nitrification and ammonification
Which of the following is not an effect of burning on the soil?
A. increasing the organic matter in the soil
B. increasing the soil nutrients
C. increasing the acidity of the soil
D. exposing the soil to erosion
E. sterilization of the soil
The function of soil micro-organisms include the following except
A. decomposition of dead plant and animal remains
B. recycling of nutrients
C. causing plant or animal diesases
D. living as parasites on crop plants
E. filtration of soil water for plant use
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